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Atrial function after epicardial microwave ablation in patients with atrial fibrillation
Levels of natriuretic peptides tended to decrease in patients with stable sinus rhythm at one year compared to patients in atrial fibrillation and seems to preserve atrial mechanical function. Expand
The safety of flecainide treatment of atrial fibrillation: long‐term incidence of sudden cardiac death and proarrhythmic events
The safety of flecainide treatment of atrial fibrillation: long‐term incidence of sudden cardiac death and proarrhythmic events is studied. Expand
253 Evaluation of FG-4592, a Novel Oral Hypoxia-Inducible Factor Prolyl Hydroxylase Inhibitor, to Treat Anemia in Hemodialysis Patients
FG-4592, a novel hypoxia-inducible factor prolyl hydroxylase inhibitor (HIF-PHI), has been shown to increase Hb with transient modest increases in erythropoietin levels in anemic Stage 3-4 CKD patients and is now evaluating in an ongoing randomized, open-label, active-controlled phase 2 study of hemodialysis patients. Expand
Late complications after aortic surgery
The higher incidence of anastsomotic aneurysms, anastomotic stenoses, and asymptomatic ureteric obstruction sound merits careful follow-up, and IVDSA with CEU may be a simple and effective method of detection. Expand
Microwave Ablation in Mitral Valve Surgery for Atrial Fibrillation (MAMA).
Microwave ablation of left and right atrium in conjunction with mitral valve surgery is safe and effectively restores sinus rhythm in patients with longlasting AF as compared to mitral valves surgery alone. Expand
Rationale, design, and methods for the Transplant-Eligible MAnagement of Congestive Heart Failure (TMAC) trial: a multicenter clinical outcomes trial using nesiritide for TMAC.
This multicenter trial will investigate the efficacy and safety of nesiritide and provide mechanistic insight into benefits of its use for the relief of breathlessness and provide key data for clinical profiles of heart transplant candidates bound to inotropic support. Expand
[Recommendations for a medical-meteorologic prognosis for hemophilia].
The decrease in atmospheric pressure as well as winter cold fronts lead to increase of bleeding tendency and haemophiliacs should avoid physical and psychical stress in such unconvenient atmospheric situations. Expand
[Meteorologic effects on hemorrhagic diathesis in hemophilia. 2. Weather effects on hemophilia with special reference to the atmospheric temperature-humidity complex].
  • P. Linde, G. Syrbe
  • Medicine
  • Zeitschrift fur die gesamte innere Medizin und…
  • 1 November 1990
The study clearly confirms that the haemorrhagic tendency in haemophilia is influenced by weather, and a medico-meteorologic forecast should be taken into consideration forHaemophiliacs. Expand